Kings Gardens - 335 Carnarvon Street New Westminster, BC V3L 1B9, LMS2926 - Located in Downtown New Westminster on Carnarvon Street and Fourth Street. This is a convenient location that is close to to public transit, IGA, restaurants, Royal City Shopping Centre, coffee shops, medical services, schools, library, recreation and more! Direct access to highways allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Richmond, Ladner and Surrey. Kings Garden offers four floors with 30 homes built in 1997 that are self managed. Most homes feature open floor plans, gas fireplaces, insuite laundry, private fenced yard for ground units, rooftop patios for top floor units and spacious balconies that boast great views. This is a well maintained building that offers secured parking, storage lockers, a live-in caretaker, wheelchair access, a common rooftop deck, manicured gardens and a courtyard. A unique feature is the Little Lamb's Day Care service offered for those working parents. This is a family oriented community that welcomes all ages, is pet friendly with restrictions and rentals are permitted. Kings Garden offers comfortable condo living for the whole family in a terrific location in New Westminster - Live here!
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